Severe Weather Safety -- Skywarn 2009

By: Rodney Harris Email
By: Rodney Harris Email


Skywarn is a free storm spotter training program hosted by the National Weather Service. The classes -- which are aimed towards the public -- usually last around two hours and are hosted prior to the start of severe weather season every year.

Skywarn participants learn a great deal about severe weather in general, but are also trained to look for weather elements that most of us wouldn't usually watch for -- cloud patterns, etc.

In addition to a standard lecture and question-and-answer sessions, participants can also usually obtain a variety of reference material that can be referred back to throughout severe weather season.


Click here for information on Skywarn 2009 in Brazos county.
Click here for information on Skywarn 2009 in Montgomery county.


Click here for information on Skywarn 2009 in southeast Texas.
Click here for information on Skywarn 2009 in north and central Texas.

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